PRLog - Feb. 7, 2014 - CHICAGO -- Debuting March 28-30, 2014 in Chicago, MidCamp will offer training, sessions, and sprints designed to help people learn more about the world’s leading open source Web content management platform.
“Drupal community members know each other, respect each other, and collaborate with each other every day. Whether you’re an existing Drupal user, developer, designer, site builder, or are someone new to the community, MidCamp will have plenty of opportunities for education and advancement,”
Organized by volunteers from the regional Drupal community, MidCamp will feature curated sessions and panels from internationally-
Garfield is the Senior Architect and Community Lead for Chicago-based Palantir.net, and an active Drupal core contributor. He is the principal architect of the Drupal 7 database system and the Drupal 8 Web Services Lead, as well as the Drupal representative to the PHP Framework Interoperability Group and a member of the Advisory Board of the Drupal Association.
Eaton brings more than two decades of experience in publishing and CMS development. As a Senior Digital Strategist for Lullabot, he has designed and implemented large-scale Web platforms for clients including Sony/BMG Music, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, World Wrestling Entertainment, MSNBC, Verizon Wireless, Harvard University, and more.
Other sessions and panels will feature Drupal developers, designers, themers, project managers, and business leaders sharing their experience and expertise. These one-hour sessions will act as a learning platform for all attendees. Currently, MidCamp is accepting session submissions that focus on Advanced Coding, Dev/Ops, Business Aspects of Drupal, Drupal 8, Front-End Development, and Site Building.
MidCamp will provide bootcamp style training and more in-depth knowledge sessions on Friday, March 28th. During these full and half-day training sessions, attendees will delve deeply into topics including Drupal 8 sitebuilding, Performance tuning/DevOps and Drupal module development.
Sunday, March 30th will be devoted to Drupal sprints. A Drupal sprint is a gathering of users working on outstanding Drupal Core issues in order to improve the software. Drupal training is provided within the sprint process; all levels of Drupal users are welcome to make a contribution.
MidCamp is made possible by the support of sponsors that include Promet Source (http://www.prometsource.com/
“MidCamp welcomes all attendees, presenters and sponsors to the Midwest. The camp will prove to be an epicenter of innovation where great minds from both sides of the country collide and amazing Drupal work is born,” said MidCamp planning committee member Avi Schwab.
Visit www.midcamp.org to learn more, become a sponsor, purchase tickets or submit a session proposal.
Drupal is an open source content management platform which drives millions of websites and software applications, from personal blogs to the largest enterprises, media publishers, universities, and government agencies. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community around the world. To learn more about the Drupal project, the Drupal Association, how to get involved, and how to contribute, visit https://association.drupal.org/